The Long-Term Viability of Solid-State Storage? Answered
The following is a hypothetical (for now...):
What Is The Long-Term Viability of Solid-State Storage?
So, what does that mean?
Well, I am asking about the viability and chances of data or hardware corruption of solid state storage if left in a relatively clean environment for...say...100 years, would it last?
More specifically, if it were a boot drive, would it still boot?
I am sure some of you will have viable alternatives to solid-state for this purpose I have not considered, which is why I am asking publically.
I am trying to ensure the safety of important data over long-term (100+ years) storage and usage.
Are there any recommendations/issues or alternatives any of you can think of which would decrease the chances of data loss over such a time?